Hungary Could Return to MotoGP, WorldSBK Calendar
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Dorna Sports, which owns MotoGP rights, and the Hungarian Mobility Development Agency (Humda) are exploring race venues for the near future, motogp.com said on Monday, according to a report by state news wire MTI.
Dorna Sports and Humda are working together on the homologation of the Hungaroring and the new Balaton Park Circuit in order to bring both MotoGP and WorldSBK back to Hungary soon, the motorcycle race organizer's official website said.
The aim of an updated agreement between Dorna Sports and HUMDA is to first include Balaton Park on the 2024 WorldSBK calendar and as a reserve venue for MotoGP next season, before the Hungaroring hosts MotoGP from 2025, motogp.com added.
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